If you’re looking to buy a new gas boiler for your home, it’s important to consider the environmental impact of your choice. Nitrogen oxides (NOx) are a harmful pollutant emitted by gas boilers during combustion, and they can contribute to poor air quality and respiratory problems. In the UK, there are regulations in place toContinue reading “Low NOx Boilers: Meeting London’s Air Quality Regulations for a Healthier Environment”
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The Chief Medical Officer’s Report on Air Pollution: What could it mean for developers?
England’s Chief Medical Officer, Professor Chris Whitty, in his annual report published on 8th December 2022, set out that more must be done, and can be done, to improve air quality across the UK. The report’s executive summary begins by explaining that “air pollution affects us all” and that the mortality burden associated with airContinue reading “The Chief Medical Officer’s Report on Air Pollution: What could it mean for developers?”
Woodburning and Air Quality in the UK
This week marks the 70th anniversary of the Great Smog, a pollution event that engulfed London in a thick ‘pea-soup’ cloud of noxious gases. The pollution event was caused by calm, cold conditions coupled with the burning of coal and other solid fuels. Early estimates reported that more than 4,000 people died; however, recent researchContinue reading “Woodburning and Air Quality in the UK”